Elizabeth Gaskell and the Brontës - It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Anne Brontë’s writings, and those of her sisters Emily and Charlotte Brontë as well. There are other writers who I lo...
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Charlotte Brontë’s Jane EyreAt the University of Liousville, Deborah Lutz, author of The Brontë Cabinet will talk about:
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11:00 am Jane Eyre: Some Significant Contexts For The Novel
11:45 am Break
12:00 pm There Is Truly Something Forbidding In A Child Taking Up Her Elders' (Mrs Reed To Jane): The Significance Of The Childhood Chapters In Jane Eyre12:45 pm Lunch
1:45 pm 'The Madwoman In The Attic' And Other Gothic Elements In Jane Eyre
2:30 pm Break
2:45 pm 'Reader, I Married Him': Marriage And Women's Lives In The World Of Jane Eyre
3:30 pm End
University of Louisville’s College of Arts and Sciences and the Liberal Studies
Meet the Professor
Feb. 4 — “Literary Relics: Charlotte Brontë’s Hair, Percy B. Shelley’s Skull and Emily Brontë’s Black Sofa,” by Deborah Lutz, professor of English. She has written widely about the authors, material culture and collecting, and will talk about the meaning of certain objects belonging to famous literary figures and how they were treated in 19th century Britain.